Know with certainty that your messages will be received! OutVoice provides natural sounding text-to-speech voice notification and/or WAV sound file alerts to landlines, cellphones, satellite phones and other voice devices, with receipt confirmation. Try the free demo!
Control your fax costs with flat-rate faxing! Interpage's FaxUnlimited service lets you fax to all of the US and Canada for a fixed monthly fee, with no per-fax or per-minute charges!
Enhance or replace your pager with DirectPage! Get numeric and alpha-dispatched messages on your smartphone, tablet, or cellphone, and/or pager, as well as on up to 10 additional devices or destinations!
Receive online orders immediately on your fax machine and cellphone! Restaurants, Delivery/take-outs, and Online Stores are faxed with hard-copy orders from their web sites via InFax. SMS/Cellphone and e-mail notification is also available
Have your automated equipment, alarms, and industrial control devices call only one number! Use the Interpage to accept TAP and/or Touch Tones from alarm systems and automated equipment and send messages to multiple users/devices.
Need to add cellphone/SMS, email, fax and voice notification to your paging or voicemail system? Interpage can provide custom-branded messaging to existing enterprise voicemail system, to provide scheduled/filtered notifications to cellphones, pagers, email and fax without requiring any new equipment or software!
Send messages to nearly any wireless device with Interpage's Messaging and Paging Gateway! Mobile phones, wireless devices, alpha pagers and numeric-only pagers can all be notified using a single messaging gateway and simple commands which are easily integrated into any web/cloud based application, messaging software, or internet-connected device.
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Interpage Free / Test Services
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Interpage's FreeFax Service lets you measure the speed and reliability of Interpage's fax services. We do NOT use fax numbers entered for future solicitations nor is any information sold to outside sources or used for marketing or tracking purposes of any kind. The FreeFax service is solely provided as a means to evaluate Interpage's fax-based services and is otherwise unsupported. Please see our NO TRACKING policy for details.
Interpage Web-Based Free Fax Demonstration
Free fax machine or fax service send/receive test service!
The Interpage Fax Test Receive service allows you to send a fax from your fax machine or fax service, and Interpage will capture your CallerID, receive the fax, and if the fax is properly received, re-transmit the fax back to you at the number from which it was sent.
To use the Fax Test Receive service, send a fax (of no more than 5 pages) to (650) 530-9014from the fax machine or number where you want the test fax re-sent to you.
If the fax is successfully received, a copy will be sent back to you, with an explanatory cover sheet from Interpage. The received fax will appear exactly as we received it, and can be used to guage the quality and appearance of faxes which your fax machine or fax service sends.
A static, non-tabbed Re-Fax instruction page is available here.
As with all Interpage free fax/test services, information obtained in the test reception and retransmission process is not used for marketing purposes, sold, or used in any way other than in furtherance of the completion of the fax reception test; please consult the Interpage Privacy page for details.
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The Interpage SMS/Text Test Messaging Service sends test text/SMS, graphic/multimedia/MMS, and long (greater than 160 characters) multiple text messages to US and Canadian cellular phones, and is available as a BETA trial.
The Test SMS/MMS/Text messaging service may be accessed from any US and Canadian cellular phone by dialing (650) 456-4556from the mobile phone to be tested. Callers should follow the instructions and menu prompts to select their carrier, after which their desired type of text or MMS message will be immediately sent to their phone.
Interpage's SMS/Text Test Service is free to use, and no information (other than the phone number to send the test message to) is gathered from the calling phone. Interpage does not sell any calling information, nor will callers be called as a result of use of the test service. (Note: Although most modern calling plans offer free long distance to call the test number, and do not charge to receive text/SMS and multimedia/MMS messages, a few plans may still charge for such use; these charges, if any, are imposed by the carrier, not Interpage; please check with your carrier for details.)
The Voice Test Service, part of a demonstration of how Interpage's OutVoice Service and Voicemail System function, allows callers to record a brief message which is in turn played back to the number from which the message was left.
Latency Test: (802) 359-9100 - Listen for Voice-over-IP and digital cellular induced delays and latency (as compared to traditional landlines).
Number Readback/Telemarketer Block: (614) 448-1122 - Calling number readback in the format of a Bell System "not in service" recording, which can also be played to telemarketers and unwanted callers to appear that their (the calling) number has been disconnected.
Send a test fax for FREE to anywhere in the United States/Canada, most of Western Europe, New Zealand and Australia! The FreeFax service sends a free, three-page fax as a test - just enter the fax destination in the blue area below. Additionally, LobbyByFax allows you to send a free fax to your Congressional Delegation about a variety of current issues, or create a letter of your own by selecting the appropriate link from the green-boxed area. (Redirects to the Free Test SMS, Test Message & Paging page (that is, not this Free Test Fax page), please click here)
Phone: (650)331 3900 Fax: (650)292 1600
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The State of Connecticut is seeking to bail itself out of prior financial mismanagement by tolling currently free Interstate highways and the Merritt Parkway with 50 or more electronic toll gantries which will photograph and record all vehicles as they traverse the state. Besides being intrusive, electronic tolling of currently free roads allows Connecticut - or any state - to violate long-standing agreements and conventions with both its citizens and out-of-state motorists in terms of highway funding, and to essentially set up a "money mill" along roads which have already been paid for with taxpayer dollars.
Please take 15 seconds to send a free fax to Hartford to tell CT lawmakers that you oppose government going back on its word, and expect CT's free highways - and by extension all free highways - to remain toll-free! A pre-written response is provided, which you may modify, or you may write one of your own. Thank you!